#Howdidshedoit: Tips for achieving partnership for law

We were recently delighted to attend the Women Lawyers and Mothers (WLAM) and Mimoza Fleur #Howdidshedoit event and hosted by Arnold & Porter and Mimoza Fleur at which a leading panel of law firm partners discussed tips to avoid the pitfalls of navigating the route to partnership. The panel comprised five partners, including one man. They shared their experience

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Do you have what it takes to land the top job?

To get to the top it takes a lot of fortitude, determination and perhaps a little bit of luck. There may even be key bridges to cross: your first role as a team manager, to leading a practice group, to then taking on a ‘head of’ role and perhaps the ultimate prize of a director

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Career Confidence 1 Day Workshop

This is a workshop run by Sherry Bevan a career confidence coach helping ambitious women in technology and professional services get crystal clear in their thinking. This workshop is aimed at women at a transition or crossroads in their career. They might be coming back from a career break, figuring out their options after redundancy or looking

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Top tips on how to impress a law firm – Your route into law

Law firms on the surface can seem a bit daunting if you have never worked in them before but they are all unique and have their own idiosyncrasies so its important to find the firm that will suit you. Benefits of working in law firms: There are many benefits to working in law: attractive remuneration

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The final frontier: Allowing PAs to work flexibly

Recently we were invited to talk about flexible working at The PA Club’s January Discussion Forum.  It was a lively session of PAs and Team Leaders from a number of industries including the legal and accounting sector. It’s great to attend a session like this, particularly when everyone is so passionate about the subject. It

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How to create a memorable presentation for interview?

Quite often in the recruitment process, candidates are now being asked to give a presentation. It fills many of us with dread; even if you like the idea of showing off your abilities in such a way, you can easily feel overwhelmed. Creating a dynamic and engaging presentation is no mean feat but remember it

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Heard of a portfolio career? How to make it work?

Recently our Founder Sarah Broad was interviewed by Rachel Brushfield, the Talent Liberator, Energise who is a career strategist and fulfillment coach with a particular focus on portfolio careers.  Here she talks to Sarah on what makes up her portfolio career. What is a portfolio career? It could mean many things but commonly a portfolio

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